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5. Sign an offer to purchase

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5. Sign an offer to purchase

Category Buyer Guide

Once you have decided to go ahead with the purchase, you should inform your Agrisell agent, who is mandated to sell the property, to prepare an Offer to Purchase for you to peruse and sign. 

Agents are obliged to verify buyers' details in terms of the FICA Act. The offer will usually only be valid for a couple of days for acceptance by the seller. The seller can accept your offer as is, or make a counteroffer with adjustments on their terms and conditions. 

You can then accept or reject the counteroffer and make your own counteroffer. The Offer to Purchase becomes final and binding once the parties have agreed to all the terms and conditions and it is duly signed by the relevant parties. 

Your knowledgeable Agrisell agent is essential when negotiating the terms and conditions of your purchase.

Author Agrisell
Published 31 Mar 2021 / Views -
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